Donice Donaldson

Obituary of Donice Donaldson

Donice Alaire Donaldson (née Duck) of Wingham and formerly of Teeswater, suddenly at her home on Thursday, October 10th, 2019, at age 62.

Loving mother of Missy Manjin of Harriston, Tyler Donaldson (Robin) of Wingham, Doug Donaldson (Rebecca) of Bluevale and Dave Donaldson (Ashley) of Lucknow.

Missed by her grandchildren, Jared, Jordan, Madison, Morgan, Bucky, Jacob, Jemma, Logan, Mikayla, Damian, Dallas, Dakota, Kaleb, Kolby, Kaylan, Dayson, Kolston, Skyla, Layla, Daxton and Kayson and great-granddaughter Harper.

Dear sister of Dorothy Bell of Teeswater, Ellen Schmalz (Nook) of Mildmay, Creg Duck (Brenda) of Bluevale and Duane Duck (Brenda) of Listowel.

Fondly remembered by her sister-in-law Margie Duck of Teeswater, several nieces and nephews, great-nieces and nephews, members of the Donaldson family and extended family Alex Yu (Lini) and their children Gabby and Spencer.

Predeceased by her parents, Douglas and Nadene (née Wallace) Duck, brother Richard Duck and sister Elaine “Laney” Bester (Ron).

Donice cherished spending quality time with all her grandchildren, many other friends and families' children as well.  She would often be seen walking uptown Wingham with several children beside her and granny cart in tow, headed to the park, splash pad and of course the thrift store for some shopping.  She loved to help people, give advice and just be there for anyone who needed an ear or anything at all.

She will be deeply missed by so many in the community as she touched so many people's lives and all who knew her.

Visitation will held at the Tiffin Funeral Home, Teeswater on Thursday, October 17th, 2019 from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m.

Celebration of Life will take place at the Teeswater Community Centre on Friday, October 18th, 2019 from 5 to 8 p.m. with remembrances shared at 7:00 p.m.

Final resting place Culross-Teeswater Cemetery.

Memorial donations to the Heart & Stroke Foundation, Alzheimer Society of Grey Bruce or Ronald McDonald House would be appreciated as expressions of sympathy.